Paris Saint-Germain can wrap up the Ligue 1 title this weekend, and with the Champions League and Coupe de France still to play for, they are in the best possible form, according to manager Luis Enrique.

PSG host relegation battling Le Havre on Saturday, and a win will secure the league title with three games still to play, leaving them to concentrate on a Champions League semi-final with Borussia Dortmund and the cup final against Lyon.

"I think we are heading into the final phase of the season in great form," said Luis Enrique.

"I wouldn't have imagined this scenario going as positively as this, but what happens in the future is what happens. I would say we are in fantastic form in every way. We have almost every player available. Our supporters are very happy.

"The club has so much ambition to achieve something else. It is a really attractive end to the season, which we are motivated for, and we will continue to fight to achieve all our targets."

PSG's ambition has long been to win the Champions League. After exiting the competition at the round of 16 in the previous two seasons, Luis Enrique's side are still on course to make history, and the manager sees a bright future.

He added: "This is the level of maturity, which is part of the process in which PSG have changed completely since last year.

"That goes for the identity, the targets, with so many new players, many changes, so it has been a time for building. I am convinced that, next year, we will be better than this year."

As for the present, PSG would love to win their third consecutive title at home with a win over Le Havre, in what will be their 700th match under QSI's ownership.

However, Luis Enrique expects a similar game to when they hosted bottom-of-the-table Clermont Foot earlier this month and struggled to a 1-1 draw.

"They have a lot at stake. It will be difficult because there will not be much space," he said.

"But if we win tomorrow, we will be crowned champions and getting to do that at the Parc des Princes in front of our supporters would be perfect, and we want to make the most of that chance."

PSG hold an 11-point gap over Monaco with four games remaining. Le Havre are 16th, in the relegation play-off spot, one point behind Metz and two ahead of Lorient.